Fieldiana, Popular series, Anthropology was published by Field Museum of Natural History, Dept. of Anthropology as Leaflet (no. 1-14, 1922-1924) and Anthropology leaflet (no. 15-34, 1924-1945), and by Chicago Natural History Museum as Anthropology leaflet (no. 35-36, 1945) and Popular series : Anthropology (no. 37-38, 1948-1959) Topics: Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco pipes
Field Museum of Natural History (1909-1943, 1966-) began as the Field Columbian Museum (1895-1909) and changed its name to Chicago Natural History Museum from 1943-1966 Topics: Tobacco, Smoking, Tobacco pipes
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Discusses the history, legends, uses, rituals, and origin of tobacco and pipes among the Great Plains Indians. Describes traditional methods of fashioning and decorating the pipes and the miraculous powers ascribed to the Calumet peace pipePhotography, W.R. Heick ; editing, E.D. Rose Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Indians of North America, Tobacco pipes Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
"Part 1, "Where pipe dreams come true," shows a veteran learning to make pipes in a training course conducted by Bertram's Pipe Shop in Washington, D.C. Part 2, "New rehabilitation clinic opens," shows disabled veterans learning to use artificial limbs in a New York clinic. Includes shots of veterans making prosthetic devices. Part 3, "Write right," explains correct correspondence procedures to use in transacting VA business."National Archives Identifier:... Topics: World War II: Postwar issues, Tobacco Pipes, Disabled veterans -- Services for -- United States,...